TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Australian Consulate-General to Bali synergized with Trash favourite Kertalangu and Eco-Bali Recycling hold a cleanup transformation in Biaung Beach, East Denpasar on Saturday, Jun 2. Some 100 volunteers corner a mass cleanup.
The cleanup transformation was a initial activity of “Waste to Wealth” module that would final for a week in a bid to foster eco-friendly tourism destinations in Bali and West Nusa Tenggara.
An Australian environmental artist Dr. John Dahlsen corner a eventuality along with students of Indonesian Institute of a Arts (ISI) Denpasar. They designed to implement a rubbish found in Bali beaches to furnish humanities during a seminar that would be displayed in Waste as Art eventuality on Monday, Jun 4 during a university, and on Tuesday, Jun 5, 2018, during Alila Seminyak, Kuta, Bali.
Australian Consul General to Bali Dr. Helena Studdert pronounced she believed there are artistic and innovative ways to implement a waste. “Many wastes could be reused, recycled, or remade into a profitable asset,” she noted.
Evie Hatch from Trash Hero Kertalangu approaching a module would lift open recognition per rubbish in Bali beaches. “And to inspire people to collectively solve this issue.”
Ketut Mertaadi from Eco Bali showed a proof on how to apart a rubbish from beaches to be recycled.
As many as 42 rubbish bags of non-organic rubbish with a sum weight 350 kg and one lorry of organic rubbish were collected.
The volunteers were a residents, Village conduct of Kertalangu, and several environmental NGOs such as Trash Hero Saba, Tol Tol, Dolly Hardliner, KNSP, Bye Bye Plastic, and Malu Dong.
The Australian Consul-General appreciated a supporters and volunteers assisting a cleanup transformation in Bali beaches. “This feat is a good start for a beginning of Waste to Wealth program,” she added. ANTARA